Yakitori Bento Super yummy yakitori lunch bento set! Super worth it. Rice is on the low side but not an issue for me. Service is good as well!
Barbie
23w
Love For Shoyu Ramen & Fried Garlic Gastronomy Fans of ramen may be well aware of this Store situated at basement level 2 of Chinatown Point. The store serve a combination of ramen comprises of Shoyu and Tonkotsu soup base which I have chosen Shoyu as my preference is for less oily soup base that makes dining experience less gluttony. I ordered the full topping at $16.90 that has a generous serving of Japanese style char siu that simmer happily in shoyu soup n accompanied by onsen egg ; braised bamboo shoots; n some green sprouts. The highlight to me apart from aroma ramen was the bottle of fried garlic condiments that I was madly in love with. The right texture and fragrance of garlic goes well with soup stock. I did an additional stunt by complimenting the free flow pickled bean sprout with fried garlic n topped with sprinkle of Japanese 7 spice powder that just elevate the side dish so well that I have asked for 2nd refill. With it also comes with free flow of hardboiled eggs but be warned the eggs are hard to peel and is a telltale sign the eggs are equally fresh which resulted in hard to peel shell. Back to the noodle that the Chef owner probably make his own noodle and it was just al dente and noodle stays the same even when soup turned cold It served other dish menu like Tonkotsu n chicken karage which are equally good. Still the ramen is worth to go for with the wide variety choices and it never fail me as taste n presentation is consistent despite I have patronised for up to 8 times in 2 months and that shows the quality n effort the Chef has put in. Good spot to bring your first date or you hungry Wife which will satisfied their palate and yet decent enough for a sit down meal. Opening Hours: 11:00am – 3:00pm, 5:00pm – 10:00pm (Mon – Fri), 11:00am – 10:00pm (Sat, Sun, PH)
don
49w
Excellent Sushi & Sashimi I have just visited the Chinatown Point outlet of Genki Sushi and I applaud Genki Sushi for maintaining the quality of the food across the outlets and over the years. If you only have enough stomach for one more sushi, make it this Fattiest Tuna [$5.80] which is otherwise known as otoro. It is such a thick slab and the fat content is so high it literally melts in your mouth. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg
Hungry
1y
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[Nicoll Highway] I’ve seen people sing praises about this Thai place at golden mile complex, but perhaps the singing should be saved for the KTV lounges there. The meat dishes we ordered (fried pork, Thai sausages, chicken etc.) were dry and not the best versions we’ve ever tasted, and even staples like their Tom yum soup and fried omelette don’t warrant a second visit. The Char Kway Teow ($6) was a fine rendition though. No Go Can Go👌🏼 Must Go
NUS
4d
Not Too Spicy But Definitely Stinky The “Sambal Prawns Petai“ isn’t as fiery hot as many of the other dishes here. It leans towards the sweet side and has medium size prawns (deshelled save for the tail) stir-fried with white onions and a generous amount of petai, the infamous stinky bean. I really like their version a lot but unless you are really into petai like me, I wouldn’t recommend ordering this because they use very “green” ones that have an even stronger smell.
Veronica
0w
Tasty Thai Teochew Style Fish Porridge ($6) On the last page of the menu is the porridge section. And tonight is when I gave the fish porridge, one of the three listed, a try. They cook it Teochew-style at “Dee Tongue Thai” which means the rice grains retain their form and come in a translucent broth. The slices of fish are decent but frankly, not the star in the bowl if you get my drift. It is the strong supporting cast of ginger strips, thinly sliced “kiam chye”, fried garlic, spring onions and fresh cilantro that turns the porridge into a most flavourful murkiness. I can already foretell, come rainy nights, a craving for it will inevitably arise.
Veronica
0w
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The Classic Margherita Pizza When an Italian lady who really appreciates food, raves about what a certain restaurant is serving, you better listen to her. It’s all thanks to Alessia who first messaged me on Instagram about “Luka” when it was barely a couple of days old that I found about this Italian restaurant helmed by Japanese Chef-owner Takashi. Since then, I have returned a few times, the most recent with the lovely lady herself. We did not hold back when ordering. Our appetisers were a couple of fantastic starters of fried baby corn served with garlic aioli and crispy “cigars” filled with slow cooked pork trotter and the chopped up ears, tongue and cheeks of a pig. We then moved on to share a platter of Wagyu beef brisket “Spezzatino” with Pappardelle pasta and the most classic of all pizzas, the Margherita (pictured above). Comforting and delicious, this Neapolitan-style pizza is thin in the middle but has a thick crust all around. The dough is baked only for a very short time so the result is a light chewiness with some scorched marks. It has the simplest toppings of a tangy-sweet tomato sauce, mozzarella and fresh basil. Every slice is heaven.
Veronica
3d
Deepfried Baby Corn with Garlic Aioli ($12++) I ate this a long time ago when Luka first opened and loved it. Had it again recently to share as one of our starters and found it to be very good still. The creaminess of the aioli was a brilliant match with the perky crunchiness of the corn. Highly recommended for fans of corn.
Veronica
5d
Prosciutto e Rucola Burrata ($26) Mozzarella cheese, parma ham, arugula, cherry tomato, parmesan, burrata & balsamic - this was truly a joy to devour, with chewy but soft thin woodfire baked crust and generous toppings.
Edith
1w
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All For $31 (plus 1 Teh Tarik) Our favourite Nasi Padang stall at OTH (Our Tampines Hub) basement 1. Hidden location (walk towards the end of the floor pass the Merely Ice cream shop) and you will be surprised by the strong crowd. The food is spot on as usual although a slight confusion in order as we didn’t order Kang Kong and Tenggiri fish so we paid $31 and exchange these 2 dishes to be ikan Billis later instead. . In Bugis outlet, they normally give the receipt so we can see the cost breakdown for each dish but no receipts in OTH so some confusion there for the changes. They also forgot our drink and only serve at the end of meal. Otherwise, this would have been an amazing lunch! New item for us: Chicken curry gravy is really sedap! 👌😋
Kugel
12h
Nasi Padang That Never Disappoints Another day, another supremely tasty lunch at Rumah Makan Minang. I never tire of the Nasi Padang here. Whether it’s a “no holds barred” group feast that tests sturdiness of table legs with the weight of many, many dishes, or a simple solo affair, I know satisfaction is guaranteed. Red or green, their Sambal Belado is always a must, so be sure to ask for some. I am happy to eat it alone with plain rice but of course, that never happens. The wide variety of dishes on display prove too tempting every single time.
Veronica
3w
All 5 Dishes With 2 Rice, Calamansi Drink $25 “Without diversity, life would be boring” . 👍 Must-order items: Tauhu Telur, Squid & jackfruit curry. Hard to find good Nasi Padang that do (non rubbery) squid these days.🤓 Don’t forget to quench your thirst with their in-house calamansi 💦 . . . . . . . . 📍Rumah Makan Minang 18-18A Kuldahar street Singapore
Kugel
6w
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